Flavortown turns into Spice City when four chefs who like their food with some heat fight for the title of Spice Master. First, the chefs must flip the ingredients of bread pudding into a spicy high-end dinner. Next, chefs play Spree Ball to determine which pepper they must feature in their signature spicy dish. Then, the final two must make a spicy guilty pleasure using four ingredients with pepper in their name, with the hottest chef winning up to ,000.
Four thrifty chefs are given only one five-minute shop and to buy all the groceries to last them the entire competition. Without returning to the market to replenish their supplies, the chefs must make a comfort classic breakfast, a spicy lunch and a fried dinner. The chef that makes their single shop count and serves up the best meals earns a final Flavortown shopping trip worth up to ,000.
It's sur-pie-val of the fittest when four dough throwers compete in a pizza playoff. First, the chefs must cook decadent pizzas featuring the high-priced topping and low-priced cheese chosen by Guy Fieri's Pizza Wheel. Next, they must grab all the ingredients to make a guilty pleasure pizza with their bare hands. Then, the final two are forced to make a pie that's "out of the pizza box" because pizza dough is suddenly out of stock! In the end, only one pizza pro gets the dough - up to ,000!
In the holiday spirit of giving, Triple-G judges mentor three talented graduates of Worth Our Weight - a culinary program for deserving youth. First, our up-and-coming chefs must make a Thanksgiving feast using only the ingredients they can fit in a traditional cornucopia basket. Then they must prepare a fall staple using a list of the Fieri family's favorite ingredients. It's all gravy in the end as the winner earns ,000.
Guy Fieri has invited four members of his Triple D family to Flavortown for a Holiday Throwdown. First, Guy plays Secret Santa and gives the chefs gift boxes containing the unique ingredients they must use in their holiday ham dish. Then, they all receive stockings filled with sweets and treats that must be included in their family holiday dinner. The winning chef gets to deck their shopping cart with up to ,000!
Eight Triple G judges step out from behind the judging table to compete in a five-part tournament where the Last Judge Standing will win ,000 for charity. First, Guy Fieri spins a wheel featuring all the judges' smiling faces to determine whose least favorite ingredients will wind up in their steak house dinner. The two judges that land at the bottom fight for survival in the Redemption Round where they make a meal determined by refrigerator magnets. Whoever wins gets to rejoin their fellow judges in part two.
Seven Triple G judges return to Flavortown to continue the tournament that will earn the Last Judge Standing ,000 for charity. First, they must combine numbers and letters while making their best pasta dish by using only up to eight ingredients ... that all start with the letter S! The bottom three chefs will then play a game of Wild Cards where one set of cards determine the comfort dish they must make and the other decides the style of international cuisine they must use. Only the top two card sharks will rejoin their fellow chefs in part three.
The six remaining Flavortown judges form teams of two to prepare a regional seafood dish on limited funds in a Budget Battle with an unprecedented twist. The bottom two teams break up in an every-chef-for-themselves cook-off in the Redemption Round. Guy Fieri then declares 'Dinner Rush!' and the four judges have only 20 minutes to make an elevated guilty pleasure that will determine who will move on to the tournament semi-finals.
It's the semi-finals of the Last Judge Standing Tournament, and the remaining five Triple G judges find themselves in an ooey gooey situation as they prepare their best cheese dish while playing three of Flavortown's hardest games. The winner heads directly to the finale, and the remaining judges must make a refined dinner featuring the international ingredients they were unable to bowl down in Guy Fieri's impromptu alley. In the end, only four chefs will move on to the final round.
Judgment Day is here and the question of biblical proportions is: which Flavortown judge will be crowned the tournament champ? The final four begin with a chicken dinner featuring a grocery list of the panelists' least favorite ingredients. Things lighten up a bit when the judges face a twisted version of Guy Fieri's Food Pyramid that determines their ingredients' weight limits, the dish they'll serve and the weird item they must feature in it. The final two judges must make a Judgment Day dinner using an unusual list of seven ingredients ... and nothing else! The Last Judge Standing will win ,000 for charity!
Flavortown goes back in time as the chefs create unique retro dishes.